Presentations from Workshop: Fostering Municipal – Utility Partnerships for Water Quality Management
Feb. 7 2017 — Audience members learned about new best practices that will help municipal governments, working in partnership with their utilities, conduct/implement water loss audits, utility asset management and green infrastructure planning and implementation.
The workshop was presented in partnership by: Association of Environmental Authorities, Sustainable Jersey, New Jersey League of Municipalities, Rutgers University School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and Jersey Water Works.
- Sustainable Jersey and Jersey Water Works Introduction — Donna Drewes, Co-Director, Sustainable Jersey,
- Water Infrastruture: Asset Management is Happening! — Daniel J. Van Abs, PhD, PP/AICP, Associate Professor of Practicer for Water, Society & Environment, Rutgers
- How Use the Free Water Loss Audit Software — Rick Risoldi, Vice President – Operations, COO, Middlesex Water Company
- Green Infrastructure Planning and Implementation Action Items — Christopher C. Obropta, Ph.D., P.E., Associate Extension Specialist in Water Resources, Rutgers Cooperative Extension
- Water Loss Audits: National Trends and New Jersey’s Status — Larry Levine, Senior Attorney, Natural Resources Defense Council
Recent Tools & Resouces
- Drinking Water Guide: A Resource for Advocates
- Water Resources Baseline Topic Report
- Jersey Water Works Strategic Communications Recommendations and Message Platform
- Developing Lead Service Line Inventories Presented by the Association of State Drinking Water Administrators
- Handout: Water Infrastructure Drives New Jersey’s Economy